Cram a cruiser, fill a truck

The Terrace RCMP Suburban has lots of room for donated food items for the auxiliary constables’ Cram the Cruiser event at 1 p.m. Dec. 16.

AUX. CONST. Shelly Ullery and Aux. Const. Jarryd Kurisu are two officers ready to fill the new Suburban with food items for the local food banks.

The Terrace RCMP’s new Chevrolet Suburban has lots of room for donated food items for the auxiliary constables’ Cram the Cruiser event at 1 p.m. Dec. 16.

Uniformed auxiliaries, like Aux. Const. Shelly Ullery and Jarryd Kurisu, will be at Walmart, Save On Foods, Safeway and the Real Canadian Wholesale Store collecting non-perishable foods and cash donations for the Salvation Army food bank and Terrace Churches Food Bank.

In that same spirit, TDCSS Employment Services Mature Career Opportunities Program is collecting winter coats for its Christmas Cheer community event at 11 a.m. Dec. 18 at the former Carpenter’s Hall.

Terrace Totem Ford is helping by filling a Ford Escape with winter coats – for every new or used coat donated, Ford will add a new winter coat and drop them all off at Carpenter’s Hall for the event, an afternoon of entertainment, food and fun.

Coats can also be dropped off at TDCSS.

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